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There are two ways to create components in React: class component or functional component. Read this article to understand what they are and when to use them.
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How to structure your project to run multiple React Native apps within a single codebase targeting different platforms: Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, the web, a browser extension, and Electron.
Among all the state management libraries available for use in React apps, Redux is the most popular even ahead of React’s Context APIs. There are also other awesome state management libraries used in React apps one of which is Recoil. Recoil unlike Redux is very easy to set up, even easier to set up than the new Redux toolkit library. In this article, we will learn how to use Recoil to manage states in React apps instead of Redux.
ReacType is a prototyping tool that allows users to visualize their application architecture dynamically, employing a drag-and-drop canvas display and a real-time component code preview.
In this article I wanted to talk about how can you create project structure and architecture with React. You can think it’s will be mixed article of best practices and React basics. Of course they are not “rules” or something else, you can go on however you want, I just want to light some blub on mind.
useContext hook has made React Context API so pleasant to work with that many people are even suggesting that we drop external state management solutions and rely on the built-in alternative instead. This is dangerous thinking that can easily push your app’s performance down the drain if you’re not careful. In this article, I explore the perils of using contexts, and provide several tips to help you optimize context usage. Let’s go!